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Baphomet with many symbolic elements, and the mantra of Aleister Crowley, "Do What Thou Wilt."

Analysis of the Archetypal Symbolism and Etymology of Baphomet

Aleister Crowley

We have our roots upon the Earth and our head in the Heaven s, and circulating throughout us, are all forces of the universe. To some this is magic, but it is really nothing more than Life itself.

Crowley in ceremonial garb, 1912

Aleister Crowley: The Wickedest Man in the World Documents the Life of the Bizarre Occultist, Poet & Mountaineer

elfin-glamour:  Leila Waddell

Lilith - Adam’s first wife, not Eve according to Judaism (Jewish religious belief). In Judaism Adam and Lilith were created by God at the same time (Genesis - “So God created mankind in his own.

Aleister Crowley, der Vater von Thelema, in reiferen Jahren

Aleister Crowley, der Vater von Thelema, in reiferen Jahren

Leila Waddell(Aleister Crowley’s most infamous muse)Primary inspiration for “The Book of Lies”  (1912) - a book of cryptic occult ritual.

Leila Waddell (Aleister Crowley’s most infamous muse) Primary inspiration for “The Book of Lies” - a book of cryptic occult ritual.